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Digital, paperless notepad

Recently, I have begun looking into digital notepads. However, all of them seem to require paper, which is something I definately don't want.

Some E-readers like the iLiad have got a similar function, but they are expensive, and I don't need the E-reader functions.

A PC-tablet is not an option, because I want it to function independantly from my laptop while still being able to see what I'm writing/doodling.

Any suggestions?

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Digital, paperless notepad

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Wacom offers the Cintiq and Adesso offers the cybertablet. I too am searching for a viable paperless option. Good luck in your search.

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Me too.

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I am looking for like a digital etch n sketch. Just something I can use word on and doodle with. Thats all. I want to see what im doing with out paper.
If anyone knows of any please let me know.

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Infinity Binder

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If you're still looking for something I'd recommend checking out the Infinity Binder (www.theinfinitybinder.com). It's very cheap and works easily with and android/ios smartphone or tablet.

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